Latest Mercedes G63 AMG gets H&R spring kit
The 463A generation of the Mercedes G63 AMG has been around since 2018 and is selling exceptionally well, in both the standard and the sported-up AMG versions. The latter now benefits from a range of aftermarket options by H&R.
A lowering kit costs €474 and reduces the ride height by 35 mm (1.4”) on the front axle and 30 mm (1.2”) on the rear axle. Once installed, the bulky SUV should accelerate much easier and be less prone to rolling over, while still offering the same level of comfort.
The above option is only compatible with the AMG Ride Control suspension. If your car doesn’t have it, your lowering will not exceed 30 mm (1.2”) on both axles. However, you may also make a 180-degree turn and opt for a slight 30mm (1.2”) lift kit instead, which costs €540.
Also in stock for the G-Class AMG are wheel spacers that you can use to extend the wheel span by between 20 and 170 millimeters (0.8 – 6.6 inches). Prices start from €119, but keep in mind that extending beyond 100 mm (4 inches) will clamp your max load capacity at 900 kg (2000 lbs).
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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